Supplies of Ukrainian sugar to the Crimea were suspended
Ukrainian sugar producers suspended the commodity supplies to the Crimea, declared Nikolai Yarchuk, Chairman of the National Association of Sugar Producers Ukrtsukor, on April 3, 2014.
According to N.Yarchuk, as of to date there are significant volumes of sugar stocked in the Crimean storehouses, but the companies selling the reporting product in the region, do not understand in what legal environment they should work.
The Association expects that Russian sugar producers will pursue the aggressive policy to gain the Crimean market.
N.Yarchuk stated that previously there were supplies to the Crimea at the level of 100 thsd tonnes of sugar annually.
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